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How to choose a trustworthy online casino

Online casinos are a fun pastime, so it’s no surprise that the global market is thriving. In fact, in the past 10 years, online casinos have had up to $290 billion US dollars in profit!


Everyone wanting to get into this market has probably considered opening up their own online casino. And most of them actually do. It’s as easy as setting up a website, buying a license, and a few games.


With that in mind, players have never had a bigger choice when it comes to the online casino they’ll be playing in. However, not all of them have done the necessary steps to become reputable and trusted online casinos. This leads to an abundance of scams.


How can players protect themselves from fraudulent online casinos? We’ve outlined a few tips below!

Check the terms and conditions

Most online casinos try to scam people through terms and conditions that ask more than the player can handle. That’s why it’s always important to read more about the bonuses, how they work, and of course, look into the fine print. 


Overall, it’s not too hard to spot when online casinos are shady. However, the terms and conditions when registering for a casino are also a dead giveaway. 


We know that not many people will bother to actually read them, but they really can be a lifesaver!

Read reviews

Checking out the user experience with a certain online casino can reveal a lot about its trustworthiness. Customers won’t miss a chance to call out a casino for their scammy behaviour, and this is only an advantage for you.


Reading reviews is helpful even if you aren’t looking at the reliability of a casino. From customer support to game choice, you can find out all there is to know about a casino through reviews.


However, you should always take these with a grain of salt. An experience one customer has had may not be the one you have and vice versa. They are simply there to give you a general idea of what to expect.

Check the payment options

If a casino has shady payment options that don’t get much use on other websites, it could be a part of a scam.


More notably, if an online casino offers PayPal as a payment method, that’s a big green flag. Even if the casino turns out to be a scam, you can always contact PayPal to solve the issue for you. PayPal and other similar websites that offer Buyer Protection take this very seriously!

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